Congress is back from recess today. See how their summer stacks up against a famous summer long ago.
On this day in 1972, Richard M. Nixon became the first U.S. president to resign, and the term for the scandal that prompted his resignation—”Watergate”—continues to be referenced today.
On this particular Saturday, the exhibiton about domestic terrorism was more compelling than usual.
The lineup of those on the fringes of political partydom is replete with satirists, activists, and opportunists.
George Washington has long been credited with instituting the tradition of concluding the oath of office with “So help me God,” at his inauguration in 1789.